Teacher to Remember

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During the eight years before going to the secondary school I have had two wonderful teachers and they each have taught me wonderful things. They each have contributed on my education and they each have a special place in my heart. But this time I want to dedicate TEACHER TO REMEMBER to my kindergarten teacher Mrs. Zaharah. Mrs. Zaharah played an important part in my education. I think it is hard for a child to walk into kindergarten calm and carefree. I was scared when I walked into kindergarten but Mrs. Zaharah made me feel welcomed. She welcomed me with an open heart and a big smile. I was crying in my first day. But Mrs. Zaharah hugged me and makes me calm. During that kindergarten year she taught me that school can be a fun and interesting place to grow and learn. Mrs. Zaharah was the first teacher who encouraged me to use my life skills and lifelong guidelines. I think it is a kindergarten teacher who gives the first impression on how school is going to be, and Mrs. Zaharah gave me a great impression because she was very caring, thoughtful, and understanding. She was so nice that all the students loved her and enjoyed being in her class. We were so blessed because we had a chance to be in her class before she retired. She gave me an idea of what to expect of the other teachers because of her great impression. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Mrs. Zaharah for the patience, care, love, and comfort she gave me, and for being such great teacher. My teacher Mrs. Jannu has influenced me in many ways. She showed us many different cultures and we learned many different nationalities. We met her when I entered standard six. I was much unorganized. We clashed many times. She transformed me and taught me how to use my potential. She is an outstanding coach for Battle of the Books. She helps me set personal goals. We experiment with different activities such as E-pals, Poetry, and Family Trees. We don't just learn in the classroom, we have taken...
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